Hot Chocolate Chip Pie with Ice Cream and Fudge

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  • Cooking and Prep: 40 m
  • Serves: 6
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Looking to spruce up your typical chocolate chip cookies? Try out this Hot Chocolate Chip Pie with Ice Cream and Fudge. The pie is chewy and warm and the drizzle of hot fudge brings an extra chocolatey element, making this dessert out of this world!

Ingredients (15)

Pie

Fudge Sauce

Complement

Start Cooking

Prepare the Pie

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.

  2. Place all pie ingredients in a large mixer bowl. Mix until well combined.

  3. Pour batter into a nine-inch round pan. Bake for 35 minutes.

Prepare the Sauce

  1. Combine sauce ingredients in a small pot, and cook until thickened.

  2. Refrigerate sauce until it achieves a fudge consistency.

To Serve

  1. Heat fudge and serve with hot pie and ice cream.

Credits

Photography and Styling by Chavi Feldman
Food Prep by Chaya Ruchie Schwartz



  • Estie

    Posted by WAM |2022-01-06 06:31:10
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  • Estie

    OMG. I'm in chocolate heaven!! This one is DEFINITELY a keeper, and the fudge sauce is awesome on so many things.
    Posted by WAM |2022-01-06 06:31:56
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  • rikki

    Posted by rikkifriedman2000 |2021-12-01 20:50:47
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  • malkie

    Posted by mdot |2021-05-16 01:40:00
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  • Tzipporah Moskovitz

    Posted by Tzipporahm |2021-02-06 15:38:52
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  • Tzipporah Moskovitz

    Wow! That was absolutely incredible. Here's what I did to enjoy the hot fudge on Friday night. After I cooked it in a small saucepan I put it in a small plastic container. I then out it on top of my vegetables that were on the plata. By the time we reached desert it as soft and creamy. I also used the extra whip from the fudge to make a 3 ingredient vanilla ice cream (soy milk, sugar, whip). The desert was a success and my husband begged me to never make it again! Note to people who live in Israel- I used 1/2 a block of margarine for the cake and another 1/4 for the fudge
    Posted by Tzipporahm |2021-02-06 15:41:58
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  • molly cohen

    Posted by mollycohen |2021-02-04 10:25:17
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  • molly cohen

    i have to try again. 35 minutes was too long for my oven
    Posted by mollycohen |2021-02-04 10:25:31
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  • Shoshana Friedman

    Posted by #Microwave |2021-01-29 14:13:42
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  • Shoshana Friedman

    Yum!!
    Posted by #Microwave |2021-01-29 14:13:53
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  • Estie

    OMG. I'm in chocolate heaven!! This one is DEFINITELY a keeper, and the fudge sauce is awesome on so many things.
    Posted by WAM |2022-01-06 06:31:56
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  • Tzipporah Moskovitz

    Wow! That was absolutely incredible. Here's what I did to enjoy the hot fudge on Friday night. After I cooked it in a small saucepan I put it in a small plastic container. I then out it on top of my vegetables that were on the plata. By the time we reached desert it as soft and creamy. I also used the extra whip from the fudge to make a 3 ingredient vanilla ice cream (soy milk, sugar, whip). The desert was a success and my husband begged me to never make it again! Note to people who live in Israel- I used 1/2 a block of margarine for the cake and another 1/4 for the fudge
    Posted by Tzipporahm |2021-02-06 15:41:58
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  • molly cohen

    i have to try again. 35 minutes was too long for my oven
    Posted by mollycohen |2021-02-04 10:25:31
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  • Shoshana Friedman

    Yum!!
    Posted by #Microwave |2021-01-29 14:13:53
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